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FET: Sensory Tips and Tricks

June 19 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Class Details:

Family Education and Training

Sensory Tips & Tricks
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Starts at 6:00-8:00 pm
Mt. Morris—TBA
Sara James, Occupational Therapist, The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming

Registration Required Please!

About This Class:

What Does Sensory Even Mean? How Could This Class Help You? If you have a child who experiences some differences with sensory processing, finding balance is important. Occupational therapy is one of the key ways that children can learn to prevent overload. You can help! In this class some commonly used techniques and approaches  that are used by Occupational Therapists in schools and clinics will be reviewed to help you encourage a happier and healthier home environment for all.

To register, please

Call Jean, Outreach Coordinator at 585-991-5459

or

Text 519-5709

or
E-mail outreach@lwarc.org

Be sure to get a reply so you know your request went through. Thank you!

Additional info:

These will be the only FET classes offered here for 2018. If you have FET as a Waiver Service, please choose and RSVP soon. If you are unsure, please contact your Medicaid Service Coordinator (MSC).

While these are FET classes, these trainings are offered to any parent, family member, community member, professional, or staff, etc.  who is interested in learning more about the offered topic(s). The trainings are free of charge and you don’t have to be receiving services through The Arc to participate.

FET CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED TO 8 PEOPLE SO RSVP ASAP      *** YOU MUST REGISTER***

Please RSVP soon. While classes usually fill up quickly, if there are not enough people registered, classes may be cancelled, so registering is very important. When you register, leave a call back phone number, text number or email that can be used as needed for class reminders. Thank you!

Details

Date:
June 19
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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